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IronBirds storm past the Cyclones

Fenter dominates Brooklyn to help lead the IronBirds to a win
July 11, 2018

Aberdeen, MD:Gray Fenter went 5.0 innings pitched tonight of almost perfect reflief. He only gave up one hit and struck out 5 to help lead the IronBirds to the victory over the Brooklyn Cyclones. BIG BATS EARLY: Hits in the first by Robbie Thorburn, Seamus Curran, Willy Yahn and Adam Hall lead

Aberdeen, MD:Gray Fenter went 5.0 innings pitched tonight of almost perfect reflief. He only gave up one hit and struck out 5 to help lead the IronBirds to the victory over the Brooklyn Cyclones. 
BIG BATS EARLY: Hits in the first by Robbie Thorburn, Seamus Curran, Willy Yahn and Adam Hall lead to a huge four run inning in the first for the IronBirds. The biggest hit of the night came off the bat of Adam Hall who came up with a crucial two out, two run single with the bases loaded. It was Halls first of two hits on the night. 
FENTER SHOW: Gray Fenter almost went 5.0 innings of perfect relief. The only hit Fneter gave up came in the form of a Brian Sharp solo homer in the 5th. Other than that one pitch, Fenter was unhittable. He recorded five strikeouts and only walked one Cyclone hitter. He would get the win for the 'Birds. 
TORRES COMES THROUGH:Two out hitting was the difference for the 'Birds tonight. In the 7th, Alexis Torres put the game out of reach when he smoked a two RBI single to make the score 6-1. 
MULTI-'BIRDS: Robbie Thorburn, Adam Hall and Alexis Torres all had big nights for the IronBirds. Each collected multiple hits as Thorburn had a double, Hall had three singles and two RBI's and Torres collected two hits and two RBI's. The three hits Hall had tied a career high for him. 
'BIRD WATCHING: The IronBirds improved to 5-0 when they collect 10 or more hits. The 'Birds had 10 hits by the 7th inning tonight and it helped lead them past the Cyclones. 
Adam Hall raised his average from .200 to .225 after his second three hit game of the year. Hall roped two of the singles and dropped a bunt down for a third hit. 
Gray Fenter came into tonight with a 5.21 ERA. That average is now down to 4.50 as he threw the five innings giving up only the one run. 
UP NEXT: Game two between Brooklyn and Aberdeen takes place tomorrow night. First pitch is set for 7:05.